Tag: NCAA
A Long Overdue Remedy for NCAA Madness

The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in Belton, Texas, is not known as an athletic powerhouse, but in 2016 the school won the Division III football championship. Three years later, the National Collegiate Athletic Association took the title away, as Fox News reports, “because the head coach let a player use his car for more...
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Football Follies and Economic Realities

The antics of Antonio Brown prompted the Oakland Raiders to release the wide receiver, by some accounts the best in the NFL.

Cori Gauff’s Great Wimbledon Victory Offers Lessons for Athletes, Politicians and Bureaucrats Alike

Like Cori Gauff, all college players should be able to control and market their own image, sign endorsement deals, and otherwise profit from their talent.

NCAA Exploits Women Athletes

Female college athletes should be able to share in the enormous revenue they help generate.

Justice for College Athletes?

Should the NCAA allow its student-athletes to benefit from a portion of the significant revenue that they help generate?

The Last Refuge of Payment in Kind

Football season is in full swing, and on Saturdays, college teams rule the television sports channels. Everybody makes big money except those the people pay to watch, the players.

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